Could you give me info about how you achieved that effect? It almost looks like infrared… I guess a very slow shutter? B/W adjustment in post production?
Thanks! OK here goes, though I’m giving away all my secrets: ISO 100, 30 second exposure, 18mm with wide-angle filter (causes that vignetting effect accidentally, though I love it!), shot in RAW then merely desaturated and a tiny bit of contrast/clarity adjustment in Lightroom.
I would LOVE to shoot some infared film again soon, though.. thanks for the reminder! now where to get infared around here? the internet I guess…
oooooo! I love that! You go to Amesbury and dont tell me!?
yeah, I was actually going to call you. I stood here for a long time… in one of those “I don’t want to move but I don’t want to stay” kind of moods. so I took pictures and brooded. then got in the truck and drove home. shoulda called.
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